Coast in the north of France

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  1. aurelyla12

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    very interesting compostition, i like it! Its not your typical seascape type shot, it has interesting use of lines. very cool.

    here are a couple of quick thoughts.
    1. I would have included more of the bottom railing and a little less of the sky - perhaps a bit more emphasis on the railings overall.
    2. Perhaps try a panaramic crop here - it may mean cropping out much of the sky or the bottom railing.
    3. try this as b/w or duotone image - it think it will put more emphasis on the geometric patterns. If you do this try pushing the top sky to the limits - try burning or adding alot more contrast to that part of the pic.

    Thanks for sharing :)
     
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    thnaks for your comment!

    :)
     
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    Interesting. I agree -- a panoramic crop would suit this one nicely
     

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